MAYOR, WE HAVE GOTTO DO SOMETHING ABOUT
ALL THESE POTHOLESON OUR ROADS.
WE DON'T HAVE IT IN THE BUDGETTO FIX THEM RIGHT NOW.
WE'LL WISHWE SPENT THE MONEY
WHEN WE HAVE A LAWSUITON OUR HANDS.
( man )GET BACK OVER HERE !
YOU CAN'T GO IN THERE.
PLEASE, I HAVE TO TALKTO YOU ALL, RIGHT NOW !
KID, WE'RE HAVINGA CITY COUNCIL MEETING.
MAYOR, SOMETHINGVERY BIG IS HAPPENING
AND IF YOU ALL DON'T GIVE MEA MOMENT OF YOUR TIME
THERE MAYBE NO MORE SOUTH PARKTO COUNCIL OVER !
WHAT ARE YOUTALKING ABOUT ?
I'M TALKING ABOUT THE ENDOF ALL LIFE AS WE KNOW IT.
THE PAST SEVERAL DAYSI'VE BEEN NOTICING A STEEP RISE
IN THE NUMBER OF HIPPIESCOMING TO TOWN.
AT FIRST I THOUGHT MAYBE IT WASJUST A COINCIDENCE--
THEN I NOTICED THIS.
THREE NEW DRUM CIRCLESHAVE SPROUTED UP
HERE AND HERE AND HERE.
THEY'RE ALL GROWINGIN DIAMETER,
AT A RATE OF TWO HIPPIESPER HOUR.
WHAT THIS MEANS IS THAT THEHIPPIES ARE CONGLOMERATING,
THEY'RE BINDING,IF YOU WILL.
I THINK THAT THEY'RE SETTING UPFOR A-- HIPPIE MUSIC FESTIVAL.
A WHAT ?
IT'S SIMPLE SCIENCE.
LOOK, WHEN HIPPIES STARTTO NEST IN A NEW AREA,
IT DRAWS OTHERHIPPIES IN.
WITH THE RIGHT WEATHERCONDITIONS AND TOPOGRAPHY,
IT CAN LEAD TOA MUSIC FESTIVAL.
ONE THAT LASTS FOR DAYS,EVEN WEEKS.
REGGAE ON THE RIVER,WOODSTOCK, BURNING MAN--
THEY WOULD ALL PALEIN COMPARISON
TO WHAT WE'RELOOKING AT NOW.
IN MY PROFESSIONAL OPINION,I THINK WE'RE LOOKING AT
A FULL-BLOWN HIPPIE JAM FEST THESIZE OF WHICH WE'VE NEVER SEEN.
KID, WHAT THE HELL AREYOU TALKING ABOUT ?
I KNOW HIPPIES !
I'VE HATED THEMALL MY LIFE.
I'VE KEPT THIS TOWN FREE OFHIPPIES ON MY OWN
SINCE I WASFIVE AND A HALF.
BUT I CAN'T CONTAIN THEMON MY OWN ANYMORE.
WE HAVE TO DOSOMETHING, FAST.
UH, ERIC WE'RE TALKING ABOUTPOTHOLES RIGHT NOW, M'KAY ?
IT'S NOT POT HOLES YOU NEED TOWORRY ABOUT-- IT'S POTHEADS.
I KNOW WHAT THESE PEOPLEARE CAPABLE OF.
JOHNSON, GET HIMOUT OF HERE.
WHAT ARE YOU DOING ?!
YOU HAVE TOLISTEN TO ME !
YOU CAN'T SWEEP THIS PROBLEMUNDER THE RUG !
THE TOWN IS INSERIOUS DANGER !
Cartman pleads with the City Council to stop the hippie infestation.
The boys have to help Mr. Garrison get his testicles out of Kyle's knees.x CLOSE
Cartman seeks to rid the world of hippies once and for all.x CLOSE
The boys realize they can make 10% of someone else's hard-earned money just by being talent agents.x CLOSE
Cartman's jealous when Kenny gets the last new portable gaming device before the toy store runs out. Will Cartman and Kenny be able to stay best friends forever?x CLOSE
If the boys can lose just one baseball game, it gets them out of playing the boring sport for the entire summer.x CLOSE
Butters is freaked out when he thinks he can communicate with the dead.x CLOSE
Jimmy has to get control of his raging hormones in time to perform in the school's talent show.x CLOSE
The world's largest beaver dam breaks, flooding the nearby town of Beaverton. As the victims wait for help to arrive, the people of South Park declare a Global Warming State of Emergency.x CLOSE
In order to retrieve a Future Telling Device the girls possess, Butters must fake his death, dress up as a girl and infiltrate their slumber party.x CLOSE
Mrs. Garrison still has feelings for Mr. Slave, but it's too late -- Mr. Slave has moved on and plans to marry his new love as soon as the Governor signs the same-sex marriage bill.x CLOSE
Cartman looks for hippies.x CLOSE
The Hippie Digger starts through the hippie crowd.x CLOSE
Cartman blasts Slayer at Hippie Jam Fest.x CLOSE
Hippies visit South Park and meet Kyle, Stan and Kenny.x CLOSE
Cartman holds hippies hostage in his basement.x CLOSE
Stan feels the mall is evil.x CLOSE
Cartman pleads with the City Council to stop the hippie infestation.x CLOSE
Cartman is arrested.x CLOSE
Cartman is visited in jail by the mayor.x CLOSE
Hippie Jam Fest 2005 kicks off in South Park.x CLOSE